Avondale, AZ (PRWEB) August 23, 2005
"Bad boys, tough girls, petulant parents and knives are all here- and that's just the first story on the CD," says national-traveled storyteller K. Sean Buvala from his office in Avondale as he describes his newest CD release of "Seven Ravens: Unvarnished Tales from the Brothers Grimm." Buvala, the director of Storyteller.net and a veteran of 20 years of storytelling throughout the country releases his fourth CD of storytelling August 26, 2005. The CD is available online at http://www.unvarnishedtales.com.
Buvala continued, "People who want to explore folktales that haven't been 'cleaned up' will really appreciate this CD. The Grimm Brothers were collectors of folklore and not the con men it seems they are being portrayed as in the latest Summer movie. The Grimms really intended to collect these stories to preserve the heritage of the people and with that comes all the fullness of images of life, death, religion, consequence and reward. The tales are brilliant in and of themselves. When I saw the movie heading for theaters, I thought it might be fun to share the real Brothers Grimm with folks. They'll enjoy learning the real versions of some tales."
ABOUT K. SEAN BUVALA AND STORYTELLER.NET
The Avondale, Arizona based STORYTELLER.NET is one of the premier Internet site for those wanting to learn more about storytelling, find storytellers and storytelling events, hear and read stories. Visitors to Storyteller.net will discover more than 175 articles relating to storytelling in our growing database. Storyteller.net on-line services are free to the public. Well traveled throughout the United States, K. Sean Buvala has been presenting workshops, performances, retreats, consultations and training for schools, libraries, churches and corporations since 1985. Specializing in creativity and the arts, Sean has trained and presented events for thousands of teens and adults throughout the United States. This CD and all of Sean's CD's are available at http://www.storytellingproducts.com . Sean Buvala can be reached at (602) 743-7542.